Jocasta Innes Scandinavian Painted Furniture
The above image as well as that below are furniture pieces from 1stDibs
In going into further detail about the Scandinavians style, tole painting was one of their specialties. "Tole painting is the folk art of decorative painting on tin and wooden utensils, objects and furniture. Typical metal objects include utensils, coffee pots, and similar household items. Wooden objects include tables, chairs, and chests, including hope chests, toy-boxes and jewelry boxes. The practice began in 18th century New England, and was also extensively carried on among German immigrants in Pennsylvania. A separate, related tradition occurs in the Netherlands and among Scandinavian countries and immigrants, including Norwegians, Danes and Swedes. German tole painting may concentrate more on metal and tin objects, while Scandinavians and Netherlanders may concentrate more on wooden objects and furniture. Patterns in the two traditions vary slightly as well."
I hope you find such inspiration from Decorative Painting inspiration from this art history of Scandinavian design and painting.
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